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Carlos Gradín
Research Fellow at UNU-WIDER. Research on poverty, inequality, and discrimination. Ethnic and gender economics.
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Matias Busso May 23
Gracias Omar Licandro y Andrea Cavallo por estos workshops tan relevantes, productivos y bien organizados. Un gran evento de y Gracias también a presentadores, comentaristas y participantes!
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Matias Busso May 22
presented a very interesting paper on “Quantifying the contribution of a sub population to inequality”
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Simone Schotte May 20
What differentiates people who are poor from those who are not, is not whether they work, but how much they earn from the work they do. invites proposals that assess the livelihood constraints of : , pls help circulate
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Human Development May 18
In a new blog, Director & Research Fellow reflect on the data & analytical challenges of understanding the drivers of in middle income countries. Read more on the “Inequality in the Giants” project
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UNU-WIDER May 17
The new blog from is written by and Read the full article and watch the video at
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Pedro Conceicao May 15
Learn more about the great project on " in the giants" (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa) from our colleagues & - important insights on the importance of taking measurement seriously.
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UNU-WIDER May 11
Are you an early-career researcher interested in applied labour economics? We're hosting a 2 week intensive in from 18-29 Nov with Find out how you can be part of it at *Applications close May 31*
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UNU-WIDER May 6
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UNU-WIDER May 6
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Inequality in the Giants - 33 WIDER working papers 5 papers synthesizing the results in each country 5 policy briefs based on the synthesis papers edited volume (forthcoming)
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UNU-WIDER May 6
What did we learn from our Inequality in the Giants research? trends for are heterogeneous. There isn't just one story about what happens to inequality as countries go through economic change. @CarlsoGradin has lots to tell us with today.
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UNU-WIDER May 6
What can be done to reach reduced inequality? For the tip of the iceberg, read our Giants policy briefs: Brazil - South Africa - India - Mexico - China -
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Finn Tarp May 6
Developing giants: trends 🇲🇽 High persistence in Mexico: N-shape in (1989-1994-2006-2014)
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UNU-WIDER May 6
1/2 As researchers we have to interrogate the quality of the available data. "Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted." presenting on the politics of group-based inequalities.
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UNU-WIDER May 6
Our project on group-based inequalities is now being presented in New York at the headquarters with . A key message is that horizontal inequalities are inherently political. Learn about the research here:
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UNU-WIDER May 6
The first panel today will be chaired by of on strategies for studying with limited data. Our research fellow will introduce the World Income Inequality Database Find out what you can learn from it:
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Finn Tarp May 6
Preofessor speaking on the WIID Today at the workshop on , UNU-WIDER will introduce the new updated release of the WIID and present a proposal for its standardization WIID – World Income Inequality Database 👇
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UNU-WIDER May 5
Tomorrow we'll be co-hosting a workshop on with at in NY to discuss some of the lessons learned in measuring and understanding trends in . Stay tuned for live tweets and links to some great resources on - reducing inequalities
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Carlos Gradín Apr 27
Read my new research review on racial stratification in South Africa at VoxLACEA Or you can read the published paper (open access) here
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Carlos Gradín Apr 18
Good opportunity for early-career researchers and advanced graduate students from developing countries to upgrade your research skills on labor economics, you can apply now!
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UNU-WIDER Apr 17
Do you want to work with the in ? We’re looking for a communication specialist. If you're a wizz at translating and creating impact stories, and want to work in an in innovative research inst. this is your chance –
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